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Constancy: Video 3: What is a common symptom of a lack of constancy?

Lying is the most common symptom of the lack of constancy. And it makes perfect sense for a child who has experienced loss and early trauma - Watch!

 

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Constancy Video 5: language and tools to build constancy

Holly Van Gulden talks about language or tools to use to build constancy?

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Constancy Video 6: The Brain's Perception of Trauma

Holly Van Gulden talks about research in the field of constancy and the way the brain responds to trauma

 

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Constancy Video 7: How to help children who experienced trauma.

Holly Van Gulden explains approaches to help children who experienced trauma.

 

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Constancy Video 8: How to treat a lack of constancy

Holly Van Gulden describes the treatments for constancy.

 

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Permanence Video 2: What is Permanence?

Holly van Gulden explains permanence

 

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Permanence Video 3: What causes the absence of permanence?

Holly Van Gulden explains why children lack a sense of permanence.

 

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Permanence Video 4: What Happens Without Permanence?

Holly Van Gulden explains what happens if children don't develop or have permanence in their life.

 

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Permanence Video 5: What are the symptoms of a lack of permanence?

Holly Van Gulden describes the symptoms children display that show a lack of permanence.

 

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Permanence 6: When does it develop?

Holly Van Gulden explains the process and development of symptoms surrounding the absense of permanence in a child's life.

 

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